Arsenal have joined a number of Premier League clubs in monitoring the progress of Greek teenager Giannis Konstantelias.
The 19 year old currently plays for PAOK and can either play as a striker or attacking midfielder.
The Gunners are reported to ready to send scouts to watch a player in action who is also being tracked by Manchester City, Wolves and Crystal Palace among English clubs, whilst there is interest from elsewhere in Europe from the likes of PSV Eindhoven and Valencia.
Konstantelias is valued at around £10 million.
He once had a trial at Barcelona when he was a 15 year old, and the Spanish club were impressed enough to offer him a deal. However, it fell through when they were unable to agree terms for him.
He has played once for Greece at under-21 level and had a brief spell on loan last year in Belgian football with Eupen.
His contract with PAOK runs until 2026.
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